I credit my attorney, David Pollack, for successfully proving to the jury how I was damaged (defamed) online. Remember, free speech does not condone defamation.
What happens after the jury goes home and I have my $11.3M judgment? Well, you get a lot of media attention, new stalkers arrive, you become a Limited Public Figure (something I was not prior this major victory), and before you know it – you are the face of Internet Defamation Survivor. However what it doesn’t do is erase the ugliness the perpetrator did to you online.
For that, I sought out the services of Reputation Defender. O-kay, so you can’t literally erase all the unflattering online statements – but you can start filling the web with who you really are – and what you believe in.
I used ReputationDefender MyEdge – which is a priceless service for anyone that owns a business or has a reputation to protect. You can have a 20 year old reputable company literally destroyed within 20 minutes with a few keystrokes!
Here are some articles to help you find out more about how Reputation Defender can help you.
As a parent advocate, I always recommend MyChild – which helps parents monitor where their child’s name is being used! Remember, kids think that applying for colleges and filling out employment applications is far away – in a child’s mind, 2-4 years seems like a lifetime – but in reality – what goes online today – can haunt them tomorrow and years from tomorrow.
There are many more…. I receive many emails from people all over the country and world that are being harmed online – many cannot afford the high costs of litigation. I always recommend Reputation Defender as an alternative or in combination with the legal route.
I am not a spokesperson for Reputation Defender, nor do I receive money or referral fees from them – I simply am a very satisfied client and want others to know there is such a service out there as Internet Gossip can be viewed as FACT. In many cases, that can hurt a persons’ reputation.